Protect enclosing HTML from Trac CSS rules
|Reported by:||Owned by:||Jonas Borgström|
At the moment it's hard to embed Trac naturally in a parent website, because Trac's CSS rules aren't restricted to only apply to Trac-specific page elements, and they use very generic id attributes such as "header", which easily clash with similar elements in the parent page wrapper.
It would be an improvement if Trac's
footer.cs were used to enclose all Trac page elements in e.g.
<div id="trac">...</div> and then all Trac CSS rules could be prefixed with
#trac . (It would save me from having to do this by hand every time a new version comes out!)